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English Vocab study

TermDefinition
notable remarkable, outstanding; a person of distinction; a well-known person
elective chosen by election; optional; an optional course in a curriculum
constitution a basic set of laws and principles by which a country is organized; general physical or mental make-up of a person
indirect not straight; roundabout; not straightforward; secondary
hypocrite a person who pretends to be something that he or she is not
segregation the practice of forcing one group of people to live apart, and to use separate schools and facilities
veto an order or act forbidding some proposed action; to prevent; to prohibit
indefinite uncertain; not clearly defined; without clear limits or boundaries
prudent sensible; practical; cautious; thrifty
judicial of or having to do with justice, judges, or courts of law
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